mohon pencerahan

by isma wen » Sun, 27 Feb 2011 21:09:38 GMT


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 Tadi saya ingin meng-update Spica I5700 saya ke eclair. Petunjuk yang saya
pakai adalah dari url
 http://www.greaky.com/2010/02/samsung-i5700-galaxy-spica-android-21.html. 
Firmwire yang saya pakai I5700DXJA1. Saya mengikuti petunjuk flash dengan
opsi "one package". Hasilnya saya berhasil download namun keluar gambar
seperti di bawah ini.
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Saya langsung memencet tombol power, untuk booting. tapi proses bootingnya
lama sekali dan tak mau masuk.
Selanjutnya saya ulangi lagi proses flasnya, dan hasilnya tetap sama.

Lalu saya ikuti langkah *Flash II* dari url
 http://www.londatiga.net/it/samsung-i5700-galaxy-spica-android-2-1-flashing-guide/ 
hasilnya FAILED. Dan saat saya ingin booting, tertera tulisan "cannot find
jpg or png" dan tentu saja tak mau lagi booting.

Lalu saya ulangi lagi flash seperti yang saya lakukan berhasil download,
namun tetap saja, di LCD tertera tulisan :cannot find jpg or png" dan tak
bisa lagi booting.
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Dimanakah letak kealpaan saya? :)
Apakah spica saya masih bisa dipakai? :)
Apakah ada langkah lain yang harus dilakukan berdasarkan petunjuk suhu2 yang
ada di sini?:)
Berhubung saya tinggal di Takengon, Aceh, tak ada Servis Samsung resmi
terdekat kecuali di Medan.

Terima kasih, mohon pertolongan dan petunjuk, :)

*sembari melihat arsip group ini*

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